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(@eichaan)
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Here is a little something I put together after my beloved Phillies were eliminated from the pennant race. It is my Carvin DC-127 through a Behringer GM110 into Garageband over a backing track from Total Guitar magazine.

http://www.macidol.com/jamroom/bands/1184/player.php?band_id=1184&song_id=16339

 
Posted : 01/10/2006 2:14 am
(@smokehouse)
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sorry cant get any play from this :( lol spect its really good as well. s

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Posted : 01/10/2006 5:07 am
(@dan-t)
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Nice! 8) Smokehouse, I think you need Quik Time Player installed.

Dan

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge

 
Posted : 01/10/2006 11:48 am
(@smokehouse)
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yet another player.umm :P ok

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Posted : 01/10/2006 11:58 am
(@stormymonday)
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From one heart broken Phillies fan to another, very good job. Nice vibrato. Hopefully next season will allow for a more upbeat song. 8)

 
Posted : 01/10/2006 6:48 pm
 Taso
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awesome. like the pinched harmonic you threw in there. Nice playing.

Where'd you get that backing track from?

http://taso.dmusic.com/music/

 
Posted : 01/10/2006 6:57 pm
(@eichaan)
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The track came from the Total Guitar Magazine Blues special issue CD. I discovered that besides "pinch" harmonics, that if I bent the strings at the 5th fret and then tapped the string at the 17th fret, that it would make a nice squealing sound.

Thanks for the kind words.

 
Posted : 01/10/2006 7:24 pm
(@smokindog)
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OH YEA 8) 8) You will have to join us in a on line jam.Nice tone you got from that GM 110 :D Of course we all know that tone is 90% in the fingers :wink:

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http://www.youtube.com/user/smokindog
http://www.soundclick.com/smokindogandthebluezers

http://www.soundclick.com/guitarforumjams

 
Posted : 03/10/2006 4:19 pm
(@eichaan)
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Thanks, smokindog! I'd love to try an online jam. How does it work? Please let me know.

 
Posted : 03/10/2006 6:33 pm
(@dan-t)
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I'd love to try an online jam. How does it work? Please let me know.

Check out Dog's thread here: http://forums.guitarnoise.com/viewtopic.php?t=18870

I second the idea of you joining in on an online jam! 8) I'm trying to find a good backing track so I can try my hand at hosting a jam for the fist time myself. I've played on a few, never hosted one though. If I find one soon, maybe you could join mine. :D

Dan

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge

 
Posted : 03/10/2006 7:00 pm
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Thanks, smokindog! I'd love to try an on line jam. How does it work? Please let me know.

Basically someone will "host" the on line jam by posting a backing track from a source like you used or something that the host has made them self.Usually you will post approximate time slots available and others will sign up for those time. each participant would download the BT and record the part they signed up for and send it back to the host who would mix every thing together and post the finished jam. We usually send mp3 files at 128 bps( the solo without the backing track). we have a "on line jams and collaboration forum. here is a tutorial I posted .

https://www.guitarnoise.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=18870&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=

You can Read some of the threads and kind of see how we do it. Most of us seem to use Audacity here but you can use pretty much any program to record that you like.

My Youtube Page
http://www.youtube.com/user/smokindog
http://www.soundclick.com/smokindogandthebluezers

http://www.soundclick.com/guitarforumjams

 
Posted : 03/10/2006 7:08 pm
(@eichaan)
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Thanks, dntalb! I look forward to the opportunity. And thanks smokindog for posting your how-to. It looks interesting!

 
Posted : 04/10/2006 1:07 am